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The victims' index provides a comprehensive listing of the known victims of politically motivated crimes during the apartheid era, as identified through the TRC.

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The list provides detailed information related to personal loss, death or injury, as well as the victim's age at the time of the incident.

TRC Victims - Letter MOL-MOZ

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NameAgeDescription
MOLELE, Chuene Frans 14He had his home was burnt down on 2 February 1980 in GaMatlala, Lebowa, by supporters of Chief BK Matlala because his family resisted Lebowa`s proposed independence from South Africa.References
MOLELE, Seemole Kgosisi Betha 49She had her home burnt down on 2 February 1980 in GaMatlala, Lebowa, by supporters of Chief BK Matlala because she resisted Lebowa`s proposed independence from South Africa.References
MOLELEKENG, Bathusi Flavios 24A member of the Progressive People`s Party who was allegedly tortured to death by members of the Bophuthatswana Police on 11 February 1988 in Mogwase, Bophuthatswana, following an attempted coup.References
MOLELEKI, Jappie JacobWas shot and killed by a named police officer in Sebokeng, Tvl, in September 1984 during the Vaal uprising. Community protest marches against high rents and poor facilitities led to the necklacing of town councillors and a strong police presence in the township. A number of people were killed and injured when police attempted to put an end to the protests. References
MOLELEKI, TumeloWas assaulted and detained by members of the SAP in Worcester, Cape, in 1985, during protests in the area.References
MOLELEKI, Vuizwa Sylvia 46Was shot and injured by a named member of the SAP in Ditloung, near Olifantshoek, Cape, on 16 June 1993, after a group of toyi-toying residents were dispersed by police.References
MOLELEKI, Vuyiswa Mirriam 33A political activist and, later, UDF activist, who was detained and beaten in Worcester, Cape, in 1977. She was again detained in 1985 under section 29 for three months, and in 1987 and 1988 for periods ranging from three to six months under emergency regulations.References
MOLELI, Vuyo Gladman 23A returned ANC exile who was shot dead on 4 April 1989 in Zondi, Soweto, Johannesburg, during a shoot-out after members of the Security Forces discovered his hiding place. One other person was also killed.References
MOLEMA, Louisa Mamphahlela 46An ANCWL member who was severely beaten by members of the Bophuthatswana Police in Rustenburg, Tvl, while on her way to a rally in 1992.References
MOLEMA, Meshack MolekoWas killed on 24 February 1994 in Bekkersdal, near Westonaria, Transvaal, while taking part in an attack on the house of an IFP supporter in the township. Bekkersdal was embroiled in conflict between ANC, IFP and AZAPO supporters during the early 1990s.References
MOLEMA, MichaelWas injured in a hand grenade explosion on 25 May 1993 in Kimberley, Cape, during an ANC protest march to the Bophuthatswana consulate. Two MK operatives threw a hand grenade at the building which bounced back into the crowd, killing one person and injuring 41 others. Two ANC members were wrongly convicted of the killing. Four MK operatives and ANC members, two of whom denied guilt, were refused amnesty (AC/2000/053 and AC/2000/241). References
MOLEMA, ThomasHe survived an attack by SADF Special Forces and Vlakplaas operatives on homes at Ditlharapeng village, Ramathlabama, Botswana, one thousand metres from the South African border, on 11 December 1988. An MK operative and a fifteen year old boy were killed and three homes were destroyed. The Vlakplaas commander and eight of his operatives were granted amnesty (AC/2001/108).References
MOLEMA, Walter MphoWas shot and killed, by a well-known member of the SAP on 23 December 1985 in Soshanguve, Pretoria, during a boycott of canned products in solidarity with striking metal workers. The perpetrator shot Mr Molema in the head after he had asked two women carrying canned beer to adhere to the boycott.References
MOLETE, Florence Makgwedi 46Was injured during the Boipatong massacre by IFP supporters in Boipatong, near Vanderbijlpark, Transvaal, on 17 June 1992, which left forty five people dead and twenty seven seriously injured. Thirteen perpetrators were granted amnesty; a further three applications were refused (AC/2000/209).References
MOLETE, Innocencia MifaWas severely injured in Boipatong, Vanderbijlpark, Tvl, on 17 June 1992 in the Boipatong massacre. Forty-five people died and 27 others were seriously injured when IFP-supporting residents of the KwaMadala hostel descended on the community. The attack was allegedly planned and carried out with the aid of the police.References
MOLETE, Isiah 46He lost his house in an arson attack in 1976 in Maboloko, Bophuthatswana during conflict over the chieftaincy of the area.References
MOLETE, JacksonAn ANC supporter who was stabbed to death by IFP supporters in Tigane, Hartebeesfontein, Tvl, on 23 August 1992.References
MOLETE, Lebo 16An ANC supporter who had his home burnt down by alleged Inkatha supporters and members of the SADF in Alexandra, Johannesburg, on 15 March 1987.References
MOLETE, Mapaseka Adelisa 42She had her home burnt down in 1977 in Maboloko, Bophuthatswana, during political conflict over the chieftainship of this part of Bophuthatswana.References
MOLETE, MirriamWas severely injured during the Boipatong massacre by IFP supporters in Boipatong, near Vanderbijlpark, Transvaal, on 17 June 1992, which left forty five people dead and twenty seven seriously injured. Thirteen perpetrators were granted amnesty; a further three applications were refused (AC/2000/209).References
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